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As early as the 1970s, the new graduate nurse experience has been recognized by nurse researchers as traumatic and shocking (Casey, Fink, Krugman, & Propst, 2004).
Literature often reviews what healthcare facilities need from new graduate nurses; however, it is important to analyze what new graduate nurses need to be successful in transitioning to their new role.
In the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, nursing practice and education must be transformed to support nurses along the continuum of nursing, including the transitioning of new graduate nurses. Recommendations include strategies such as didactic education, use of simulation, and dedicated preceptors, as well as a planned program for the transition to practice of new nurses.
An integrative review of the factors influencing new graduate nurse engagement in interprofessional collaboration.
Propst, "The graduate nurse experience," Journal of Nursing Administration, vol.
These assigned tracks were posted at the nurse's station so that the charge nurses could work to correctly assign patients to each particular new graduate nurse.
The purpose of this study was to explore graduate nurses' experience of postgraduate education within a NETP programme.
We have had graduate nurse training since 2004 and England has only just initiated this.'
Intended for graduate nurse education programs, this textbook applies education principles and practices to the nursing field, and offers advice on transitioning from clinician to educator.
MLSO graduates now receive an annual salary of pounds 7,476 a year, just over half the salary of a graduate nurse, whilst checkout assistants in High Street supermarkets may net more than pounds 9,000.
Fink, Krugman, Casey, and Goode (2008) assessed residency programs using the Casey-Fink Graduate Nurse Experience Survey.
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